|(a) The Board shall maintain and exchange information
with the Texas Board of Nursing, and the Texas Physician Assistant
Board, regarding the names locations and license numbers, of each
physician, advanced practice registered nurse, and physician assistant
who has entered into a prescriptive authority agreement.
(1) The Board shall immediately notify the Texas Physician
Assistant Board and the Texas Board of Nursing when a license holder
of the Board who has registered a prescriptive authority agreement(s)
becomes the subject of an investigation involving the delegation and
supervision of prescriptive authority, as well as the final disposition
of any such investigation. Such notifications shall be made subject
to, and without waiving any confidentiality provisions related to
board investigations provided for under the Act and this Title.
(2) The Board shall maintain and share with the other
boards a list of board license holders who have been subject to disciplinary
action involving the delegation and supervision of prescriptive authority.
(b) Physicians who enter into prescriptive authority
agreements with physician assistants or advanced practice registered
nurses must register with the Board, within 30 days of signing the
prescriptive authority agreement the following information:
(1) The name and license number of the physician assistant
or advanced practice registered nurse to whom the delegation has been
(2) The date on which the prescriptive authority agreement
(3) The address(es) at which the advanced nurse practice
registered nurse or physician assistant will be prescribing under
the prescriptive authority agreement; and
(4) whether the prescriptive authority being exercised
under the prescriptive authority agreement is being exercised in a
practice servicing a medically underserved population.
(c) The board shall maintain and make available to
the public, a searchable online lists of a of physicians, advanced
practice registered nurses, and physician assistants who have entered
into prescriptive authority agreements, and identify the physician,
advanced practice registered nurse, or physician assistant, with whom
each physicians, advanced practice registered nurse, or physician
assistant has entered into a prescriptive authority agreement.
(d) A physician terminating a prescriptive authority
agreement shall notify the board in writing within 30 days of such